Captin Richard Phillips Freed!

United States
April 12, 2009 12:36pm CST
Praise the Lord! Happy Easter! They were trying to get him to land, and the Navy moved in. GO NAVY!
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@GardenGerty (115095)
• United States
12 Apr 09
One great piece of news on a great Resurrection day. Happy Easter, GO Navy!
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• United States
13 Apr 09
A big AMEN to that and Happy Resurrection Day!
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• United States
12 Apr 09
Thank you for posting this good news. I had not heard yet. Just goes to show what our military can do when allowed to do their jobs. Go NAVY!
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• United States
12 Apr 09
He jumped off again Red, what a guy!
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@deebomb (15319)
• United States
12 Apr 09
Praise God. Way to go navy. I understand that three of the pirates were killed and one is in custody. It is reported that Captian Richard Phillips is unharmed. I'ed like to know more about how it was done.
• United States
12 Apr 09
He jumped out AGAIN and this time the Navy was watching very closely. This is a great day for his family and America! We have to continue to pray though for all the others still being held hostage, I believe it's about 200 people, 17 ships.
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@matersfish (6313)
• United States
12 Apr 09
Go Navy! :-) Now it's time to wipe these pirates off the map.
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• United States
12 Apr 09
And help free the other 200 hostages on 17 ships they are still holding.
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• United States
13 Apr 09
Yes. These pirates should be terminated, and right soon. Here's hoping that America will make the right decision to continue this necessary fight, and also that NATO's proclivity for cowardness will subside w/maritime duty. And I also hope that the liberal media doesn't make this exceptionally brave captian and his crew the butt of their criticism. I don't want to assume that they will, but the Times has a way of turning true heroes into forced martyrs for their anti-everything red, white and blue cause.
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@stephcjh (32327)
• United States
13 Apr 09
Thanks for sharing this with us. I had not heard about it until now. I am glad that he is free now.
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• United States
12 Apr 09
Thank God, Praise Jesus, Hallelujah! GO NAVY! Captain Phillips is an extraordinary brave man, I'm so glad he's OK!
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• United States
12 Apr 09
Captin Phillips and his crew were heroes long before we ever heard of them. They were brave men to go into those waters in the first place. They and others risk their lives every day to give food to the needy.
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• United States
12 Apr 09
Amen, may the Good Lord bless and keep them safe for many more voyages.
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• United States
12 Apr 09
Amen Kitty!
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@Destiny007 (5820)
• United States
13 Apr 09
It 's about time. Now all we need to do is go in and clean out that nest of terrorist pirates, because it is a sure bet that no one else will do it.
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• United States
13 Apr 09
We won't though. They say the area is the size of the East Coast.
• United States
14 Apr 09
Yep, and a lot of them are probably relatives to the 0bamunist. Can expect him to fire on family now, can we?
@ladyluna (7004)
• United States
12 Apr 09
Hello PrarieStyle, What a blessed gift to the Phillips family! I hope that someday we learn the details of this mess, so that we can make the necessary commitment to -- NEVER AGAIN! Now ... for the others who are still being held captive, and to the issue of private enterprise being subjected to having to pay pirates ransom ... GRRRR!!! Who says that there is no 'Terror War'???
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• United States
12 Apr 09
What's wrong with those people that good men have to risk their lives to get food to their starving people? Much of the time after we get the food their the war lords take it and sell it or keep it for themselves.
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